Lethrinops argentea Ahl, L. lethrinus (Günther) and L. leptodon
Regan are re-described and illustrated. An additional new species, L. longipinnis,
sharing with the above the possession [of] a steeply sloping, wedge-shaped snout, a slender
lower pharyngeal bone and few (9-14) gill-rakers is described. The status of L. lunaris
Trewavas is discussed.